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I'm neither a doctor nor a dietitian. I'm just a woman who believes that our choices are powerful, and we can affect our health positively or negatively by the food we eat, and the life we live. As someone with an autoimmune disease, I'm very motivated to take care of myself, and the internet is a wonderful resource to find knowledge and to share our healing stories. This blog is designed to chronicle my own health journey, share what I learn in the process, and connect with others on a similar path. Results will vary from person to person, and nothing I write here is a replacement for medical advice.
If you are looking for a healthcare team to guide you on your healing journey, here are some excellent resources.
May we all find wellness.
Often when you click a link on this blog to a book, class or product, it's an affiliate link. This means that if you decide to buy it, I get a small commission. Your price stays the same, and your purchase supports this blog at the same time. Win win! I only choose affiliates I believe in, and prefer this to running ads. Have you ever visited a paleo blog, only to see an ad for a boxed pasta salad in the sidebar? I have! That's not the choice of the blogger; that's the advertising company they're running on their website. Affiliate relationships with ethical/paleo companies allow me to prioritize content over ads, and just link to products that support our healing journey. You'll see these links in the articles, in the sidebar, and in my blog store.
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